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Adding a Fill Layer in a group disable other Adjustment Layers

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HI @Wosven,

This is by design, and not a new issue.

Grouping adjustments will change the scope of those adjustments to the group so grouping a fill layer and adjustments without image layers doesn't make sense and nothing will be applied outside the group. 

The exact same happens if you group adjustments with an empty pixel layer. Those adjustments will only apply inside the group. 

Thanks,

Gabe. 

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Grouping adjustments is usefull to have a clean layer panel easy to navigate with groups named accordingly to purpose, containing various layers and adjustments. It's an usual use of groups. Like adding mask to this group, that can contain a refined selection of a part of the general image.

A fill layer is only a way to have a modifiable colour or gradient on a specific area.

17 hours ago, GabrielM said:

fill layer and adjustments without image layers doesn't make sense

For you perhaps. But when groups of adjustments weren't working anymore on the layers below, we had a huge thread about it being a bug and a lot of us complained about broken workflow and unusable files created with the older rreleases.

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2 hours ago, Wosven said:

But when groups of adjustments weren't working anymore on the layers below, we had a huge thread about it being a bug and a lot of us complained about broken workflow and unusable files created with the older rreleases.

This is not the case here. That's how it's always been, so it cannot break any workflows or old documents :)

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